GOLF.COM | Clubhouse Eats: Machrihanish’s Haggis NachosWednesday, October 23, 2019
Fair warning: This plate is not for everyone. Haggis is a Scottish meat pudding comprised of (among other things) sheep’s heart, liver and lungs. Traditionally, it was cooked inside the animal’s stomach, but today it’s more commonly boiled or baked in synthetic casings.
The haggis nacho treatment from Machrihanish Dunes on Scotland’s Kintyre Peninsula veers slightly from the traditional concoction most often ladled onto Scottish plates at breakfast time, but since its introduction in 2012, it’s become a hot ticket.